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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

" Er-I think not." Dain said it as though he had arrived at the conclusion after a lengthy period of thoughtful reasoning. " I have already given you several very excellent reasons why you should simply resign yourself to the inevitable. You have been allowed to get in-but there is a grave doubt as to whether you will be allowed to get out ! Give me that gun, Lazard. And don't be a fool."
Lazard licked his lips. Dain's amazing selfassurance was playing the very devil with his own self-control.
" What-what do you mean?" he demanded, and the gun never left that dead line on the base of Dain's forehead.
" Well, candidly, this. Let me tell you exactly where you stand. When you pressed those electriclight buttons you also started up the four dynamos which you see in the corners of this room. They have been piling current into these wires ever since. This machine here is, in effect, nothing but a gigantic accumulator, with certain variations and additions. But its essential principle is that of the accumulator. And, Count Lazard, there is no earth connection. Those rubber gloves would be useless to you. They would not save you were they twice as thick. The moment you, or any of your ruffians, attempted to touch any part of this machine there would be a blinding flash and a most nauseating smell of burning flesh. You would be

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